Bob Graham on 9-11:
You Don't Have Everyone Moving the Same Direction Without a Head Coach Somewhere
Dec. 3, 2013 (EIRNS)This release was issued today by the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee.
The last part of the interview of former Senator Bob Graham with the Real News Network has been posted. The theme of the interview was the culture under Bush and Cheney of "not wanting to know." Graham brings up very specifically what the FBI calls the "coincidence" of the two hijackers in the same restaurant as a Saudi agent dispatched by a Saudi consular official, who invites them to San Diego.
When the interviewer asks what should be taken up in a re-opened investigation, Graham says that a new probe should ask whether there was someone assisting the hijackers, and what was "the extent of Saudi involvement."
Asked whether there is any evidence linking Prince Bandar to the attacks, Graham responds that there is some evidence that he can't talk about, and adds:
The interviewer presses on Bush and Bandar, and whether there was a deliberate attempt "not to know." Graham answers:
Asked if this includes both before and after the events of 9/11, Graham says: